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>> all right, professor ritter, thank you very much for joining us. jay ritter, professor of finance at the university of florida. >>> and one big tech executive speaking out against speaking at one of the data bases. google's chairman, eric schmidt, said that widespread spying by the government on the company's spying would be wrong. he said his company has registered complaints with the nsa, president obama and congress. >>> and one of of the country's big home builders is where we
we have very important things to talk about to make certain that the saudi arabian u.s. relationship is on track, moving forward, and doing the things that we need to accomplish. >> washington's main arab ally has concerns with the approach to the conflict in syria. they acknowledge there are divergent obviously on how to end conflict, but the goal remains the same. >> even a limited strike will send a message to assad that no other nation can deliver. but a targeted strike can make assad or any other dictator think twice before using chemical weapons. >> but despite president obama's tough talk a strike never happened. instead the assad regime grayed to account for and aid in destroying it's chemical weapons stock pile. for the u.s. the condition in syria is status quo. meanwhile 2 million syrian versus fled their homes and more are displaced in the country as war conditions. rebels have lost ground to assad forces. neighboring nations are shaking under the weight of refugees, especially lebanon. it now has more than 800,000 syrians nearly a quarter of lebanon's population of $4 mil
casey. doctors take an oath to do no harm. medical professional working with the u.s. military and intelligence services were forced to violate that oath in the treatment of terror suspects captured after 9/11. even though torture was banned by executive order in 2009 the report said ethical violations continue at the president in guantanamo bay where detainee s staging hunger strikes have been forced fed. detainee abuse on the war of terror. it was funded in the open society foundation. since 2011 the u.s. department of defense and c.i.a. have had policies requiring guantanamo doctors and other medical personnel to breach national standards including on site physicians have participated in interrogations and by assisting in force feeding. also the report found that military medical training lacks ethical grounding for doctors to protect human rights. the report comes months after president obama reiterated his promise to close down the prison. >> the pentagon is trying to manage the situation as best as they can. but i think all of us should reflect on why exactly are we doing
on by the u.s.. >>> and residents of the resort city of sochi are in a whirl of activity three months ahead of the winter olympics. >>> chinese officials are tightening security in beijing ahead of a key meeting. the increased measures follow last week's fatal car crash near tiananmen square which the government teamdeemed an act of terror. officials have been ordered to quash acts of terrorism in the planning stage. the website shed quo inspected police boxes in the capital on monday. he urged police officers to increase their visibility so citizens will feel safer and said china faces a tough fight against terrorism. he called for extra vigilance. last week a sport utility vehicle veered into a crowd of tourists and burst into flames. three passengers were killed along with two by stapders. chinese authorities arrested five in connection with the skept. all are believed to be members of the uighur minority group. the third plenary is due to start on saturday. china's leaders have lashed out at foreign observers on their views of the tiananmen square crash. u.s. state department personnel
to the san francisco board of supervisor's land use and economic development. i'm scott wiener and supervisor david chiu will be joining us shortly our clerk is lisa miller i want to thank sf tv. miss miller are there any announcements? >> items acted to know today will appear on the november 19th board of supervisor's agenda unless otherwise stated. >> thank you madam clerk can you start by calling item number 2? >> extend existing roadway. >> okay john from the department of public works. good afternoon. the department received a request from an applicant to reconstruct that portion to install a privately maintained drive way that will lead to his new garage. at that point the applicant was not ready he was working with neighbors and they are now currently ready and that's why this application is in front of the full board with recommendations for full approval. >> colleagues if there's no questions or comment we'll open it up to public comment. is there any public comment on item number 2? okay seeing none public comments is closed. colleagues do i have a motion to forwa
is now in orbit around the earth. thank you very much for joining us. we begin with what has been a minute of silence here at the for theers at rfi journalists who worked at our sister radio station in molly covering a station when the country's troubled north when they were kidnapped on sunday. you are looking at colleagues leading tributes to the journalists killed in molly. the bodies were found later on and that day on the outskirts of the city. this is the scene them the headquarters. the group ceo has been leading the tribute to our colleague. you are looking at pictures on our screens of our two colleagues killed in molly on saturday. i am joined here in the studio by our international offense editor, douglas her bets. extremely emotionally charged scenes earlier on today. here still in a state of shock. always a tragedy when a journalist is killed in the line of duty, trying to inform. this hits home especially hard. it is in-house. the name of our parent company includes radio france internationale. in a sense, we are one big family. we all work together now and headquart
. why are regular pakistani's upset with the u.s. instead of celebrating the death of a mass murderer. why does it seem america issen my number one in pakistan? florida atlantic's football coach forced out for allegedly using drugs. as america's marijuana laws are relaxed should the sports crackdown on pot go up in smoke? are we alone in the universe? scientists found billions of reasons why we may not be. i'm antonio mora. we begin with a poisoned partnership between u.s. and pakistan. a drone strike friday killed taliban leader hakimullah mehsud, before peace talks between the pakistan government and the taliban were supposed to begin. pakistan's interior minister accused the u.s. of tarting not the taliban, but regional piece. >> it was an ambush, not a fire from the front, an ambush. >> in washington, chairman mike rogers was all for taking out hakimullah mehsud. >> he's part of an haka ni network. this was a bad guy. by the way, there's information recently that concerned us about the safety of our troops. i'm a little better for our troops today than i did before this event happ
. >> those are the headlines. "america tonight" is up next. and you can get us online any time. weed outnumber the locals. a new home on the rage. >> we want to be individual, we don't want the government to take care of us. >>> a message about shared faith and common values. >> we talk about family, we talk about education, we talk about self dependence. we talk about opportunities for american dream. >> and flowing straight into trouble. a new front in the contest between energy and the environment. >> and good evening. thanks for being with us. i'm joie chen. will they stay or will they go? it is a fair question on this day before off-year elections in many communities around the country truly is an off-off election year, races which might not attract a lot of attention in any other year. but this year political divisions on many levels make quite a few races be bellwethers. what we currently call colorado where secessionists want to form a new state. might not have much of a success but it points to a bigger picture of divide. the great sky of colorado's rural community. chris bu
we use it for cooking, eating and hot water. there were 40,000 people that called pg and e about their gas. that means they call turned off their gas? did they need to do that? when do you have to? when there is a problem. how long did you think it takes pg and e to get out and turn it back on? 45,000 people. days weeks, may be a month. who has seen this in the streets. a lot of muck is in there is it's full of dirt and weeds you turn it to the right to tighten it and left to loosen it. your home work you have to look at your house, pop open the lid, look in there see what's going on in there it's not nice and clean like this. who has seen this around their house? everybody. each meter has a shut off. you want to find out where your gas meter is. you can keep track of your usage but you will know how to shut it off. here's the shut off. i have some tools up here, you can look at these. any hardware store has these. they fit on this and it allows you to turn off the gas. when we talk about the wheels it's these on top. if you have a broken pipe. they will spin like mad. when it's
the country. the u.n. expects it to be above 3 million by the end of this year. joining us on the phone from geneva is the united nations office lens from the coordination of humanitarian affairs. in the past three months we have seen 3.8 million extra people needing help, it is an enormous jump. why is that? >> it is an enormous jump, numbers are staggering. we are 9.3 million in syria are estimated to be in need of humanitarian aid. 6.5 million are internally displaced. this high figure is an incemental displacement which has happened over the past month. the last statement was made in june. now, since june it has jumped up to the 40% of the population as you mentioned. >> i'm trying to get to the bottom of why this is so. back in october there was a united nations security council statement urging humanitarian access to these people, and it appears since then absolutely nothing has been done. >> well, we have expressed our disappointment with what has not happened since the precedential statement, which calls on all the parties to the conflict in syria to allow humanitarian access to the
on the translator to help us to get our points across. we are grateful that the clinic was able to provide one for us. i am not sure that laguna hospital can do that for us. and also, emergency has a lot of patients point out. and lastly, and the most important thing of all, san francisco general hospital, has the best medical team who really care about the well-being of the patients. and so why would we want to change that? i am not saying that the medical staff in laguna hospital is bad, since i would not know. but based on my experience, and in a for profit organization, almost done. >> the medical staff to become expensive, and the medical staff care about the patients they do not even have the time to care about them because they have to take care of so many patients with the minimum staff. >> the medical staff are not happy. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> next speaker, please? >> my name is william and i am a dialysis patient. and i am out-patient and i don't know about money or politics, but you see when i came out there to the institution, i am on dialysis. and now, if if i
. statehood can be a fiction that hides dangers lurking beneath. all of these challenges will be with us for the foreseeable future. there is not a short-term vision to these are a first century threats. we must manage through these realities as we engage these complex problems. staying focused on our long-term interests and long-term objectives and outcomes. the imperfect outcomes may be the most we can expect, working our way toward the higher ground of possible solutions. leveraging all aspects of our power, we must multiply and enhance our efforts by working through coalitions of common interest like nato. this is in fact our future. just as we have done since world war ii, but it now may be more essential than ever before. while these challenges are not america's responsibilities alone, they will demand america's continued engagement. no other nation, no other nation has the will, the power, the cast the, "he, and a network of alliances to lead international community in addressing them. however, sustaining our leadership will increasingly depend not only on the extent of an great p
. we have with us >> thank you for having us here today. i welcome the opportunity to talk to you about the mandatory soft story retro fit program. the ordinance that you see before you, what i wanted to do was explain about what we're working on here that will be at the board right now. to give you some context i think some of you may be familiar with the requirements of the soft story ordinance, but to give you an idea of what the requirements entail, it's looking at the building stocks that we saw significant damage in after the loma earth quake. we've noticed an issue for years and have been trying to deal with this in a comprehensive way that the conducive to the property owners and small businesses that are in them. we think this affects roughly 6,000 businesses that have been -- 6,000 buildings that have been noticed and about half would be required to retro fit. about 7,000 local employees. we've seen from other devastating earthquakes around the world that these small businesses are is most venerable businesses and if they're damaged by earthquakes they'd likely go out of bu
telling us anywhere from 20 to 80% of their individual business is being councils so that's a big spread and some pretty big numbers. it could be a substantial number of people getting those notices. >> host: how are employers picking the ones to cancel? >> guest: insurers are looking at this and they are saying policies that didn't exist before march of 2010 or new policies that people have purchased since 2010 are unlikely to be grandfathered. if they are not grandfathered and don't meet the requirements of the affordable care act it's likely they will get a notice. to put this in context before the affordable clean air act insurers would cancel policies. it was an unusual. they would discontinue product lines that weren't profitable for them. this is not unusual but what is unusual is the scope of and number of people that are likely to get these. >> host: consumer advocates are concerned that insurers are using these cancellations to target their most costly enrollees. >> guest: some consumer advocates are worried that maybe they are just taking unprofitable lines of business. insure
and subsidiaries agreed to pay more than $2.2 million for marketing for uses that were never approved. eric holder talked about the justice t from the department. his briefing was 30 minutes. >> good morning, thank all for being here. associate by the attorney general and the for tant attorney general minute achusetts, car orti ortiz. the deputy inspector general for investigations at the department of health and human cantrell. gary we are here today to announce johnson and three to pay ries have agreed $2.2 million to resolve criminal marketed claims they prescription drugs for uses they and proved they were safe effective and paid kickbacks to pharmacies for prescribing and promoting these drugs. through the alleged actions, the pockets atined their the expense of american patients, and private insurance industry. everyonee up costs for and negatively impacted programs solvency of like medicare. involving the anti-psychotic drugs and the necricore and other products. addresses ent allegations of conduct that put at risk some of the most vocal society, including the children, the elderly, and t
this is the work that officer chin was too great that it helped us a lot in the work that we do that we feel compelled to recognize him at this time and this is timely because this is her last year of doing this, year end summary for 2012 wrapping up the accident statistics for us. officer chin started with the pd back in 30 plus years ago and the last 15 years or so she worked in the record's room and working with us in getting all the accident statistics, the collision data. and also summarizing the year end fatal and injury collisions and she was kind enough and generous enough to share that data for us and for us that's a big deal because as you know the chp's -- the state wide traffic system because of resource constraints, they've been taking quite a bit of time to turn around the year end summaries for us, so without that information that she is sharing with us, we would have been in big trouble in terms of analyzing particular locations for improvements, so it has been really important for us and we just want to take this opportunity to recognize her before she moves onto other ass
as rooerd townsend refers to us and she supported our efforts to support that project. the connection of those two points in history for me is the recognize that i follow the path into business and for that was with regarded with the opportunity to work on this project. to create a one hundred affordable senior units in the western edition dedicated to mary rogers pr i'm eternally grateful for the opportunity to witness her leadership and her passion and her commitment that she dated in working for this community. i want to read a brief list of the folks who helped to make this project happen and to recognize the numerous individuals and thank them for their work. first faye paulson of yorba exposure. now that you've clapped could you hold your applause for everyone else after i've finished the list. mohammed and ms. jones all the folks at kay hill our architect team and all the various consultants. community housing partners and castro, the city of san francisco, building department the fire department which worked closely with us on this project and the funding sources. silicon vall
. the mayor is in a rush but reverend cal jones is something for green to give us the invocation >> i have a wonderful high school called balboa high school. >> we were in the same class but i couldn't play football lord have mercy i placed football and i'm praying pr it's a blessing to see you all here. we're trying to make things happen. as i look at reverend brown and side third paint and we figured out if preachers can get together we can do things across it or this city. we must continue the work that's been doing. we need to work on housing but i have to work on my brothers and sisters coming out of the prison. we all did something that we should have gone to jail. but the grace of god and so that's it. so we got to continue we've got more work to do and we thank god. reverend mcwhy a he's here. all right. that's good let's pray. god we thank you now as we come and celebrate this time together. first of all, lord we thank you important the great souls mary rogers lord she fought a good fight lord. many of us were complainant but she was there taking a stand and we finally, there's
with a proposal for restarting the talks. u.s. representative glyn davies discussed the proposal with they south korean counterpart. >> in all of about four hours of discussion, very wide range. we talked about all aspects of the north korean issue. and we will come back to the table tomorrow. >> davies plans to sit down with a senior japanese official on wednesday. ihara is chief of the foreign ministry's asian affairs bureau. negotiators to the six-party talks last met nearly five years ago. north korean officials want to resume the talks without preconditions. china chairs the forum and its leaders back the north's position, but officials in the u.s., south korea and ja fan want to see concrete action first. they're calling on leaders in pyongyang to make progress on denuclearization. >>> japan's financial authorities are reinspecting the mizuho bank to see if the bank unintentionally filed a false report on local loans to criminal syndicates as the bankers claim. they say its officials didn't investigate thoroughly and that they made a mistake in saying that the top executives knew of the le
give us some sense of a total cost for this and what it's going to cost to field it over at the department of defense? >> i can't speak to the total cost. i would have to come back with hat information, but i can give you a status of how the automated continuous evaluation system sbg used. it -- is being used. it has the capability of flagging concern. so that's an existing capability. as you mentioned, it was used in an army project. ut of 3,300-odd individuals, a total of 100 personal actions were taken as a result of information identified during those queries. in addition, the defense security enterprise is developing a continuous evaluation concept demonstration, which would take this a step further. aces, the automated continuous evaluation system, does a one-time snapshot in time query, this concept demonstration would have real time updates so that as information became available it would be pushed into the system. and the concept demonstration is currently scheduled to run from april to october of 2014. the anticipated population would be 100,000 cleared military
it. and when. yours. the us the winds. the atlantic forest a bit sick of the second lead over st a fingerprint or told me with queen elizabeth the second is an old summit but the minister didn't have a drink before he stepped to the pass is a motion calling for get this bad events of the far left wing hit by progressive party accusing it of promoting north korean ideology is seeking to overthrow the government once the new generation of plastic that stronger and more rigid than the airline has been developed and commercialized in korea. it uses the new material called all the kinks out and will tell you what it takes a look next to me. welcome to primetime years it's to say november fifth here in korea lot from fulltime to pay them come and thank you so much for joining us. we begin with president fox latest news overseas after wrapping up or stayed in paris. hockey is now in london on the second leg of her european tour to get her state visit by attending a welcoming ceremony where she reportedly received the royal treatment from buckingham palace the president's office correspo
you, my friend. >>> that is all the time i have for you today. thank you so much for being with us. "around the world" starts right now. >>> hundreds of passengers and crew members scram babling to get to safety after smoke fills the cabin on board their plane. paramedics treated people at the scene, on the tarmac in montreal. all the details on that scary moment in a live report coming up. >>> then they criticized the u.s. for spying on world leaders, but it turns out brazil was doing the same thing. plus, we're learning more about the new jersey mall shooter. we'll hear from someone who was inside the mall during his shooting spree. hello, everyone. i'm in for suzanne malveaux. >>> today is election day across the united states. some very key races we're going to be looking at in many states and cities around the country. voters are casting ballots to pick mayors and governors and also decide some pretty important ballot initiatives. now, as i mentioned, some key races are taking place. they could offer clues to the presidential contest in 2016 and also the next congressional ele
to an open access a national security should be used to justify the wrong dude. i might organize a kids area. the uk government's response to revelations. not that they can thank our actions are raiding fundamental human rights. on the drums biggest anti american rally in these provinces demonstrate against president dr haneef had breached a walking to the find out why the ratings is so great. i wanted to be doing it it must go it just wrote this this is up to one and kevin nolan our top story then. the trial of the jeeps as to psent mohamad most he's beendjourned until january next year he's bee charged with inciting the killing of protests as last december. hunters of the fully to support has been running outside the court as in cairo that a heavy police prence of people mostly it was there for us the preceding six and is still time to get the sauce m is held to tell you what's inside that cold. wh actually happened there. plus because it has been in attendance of the eighth of january the past three months time in the top it's about a tsp of italy's t of that to these enormous case files
on the characteristics of golden gate park dwellers and why they live in the park. this system, we've been using since july of 2005 that's evolved and gotten better since. it's called a coordinated care management system and we use it to record demographics and use it to record where we find people, locations and then it actually serves as our case management record and it has pretty comprehensive information and in addition to this it gets inputs from the hospital, public health hospitals, the jail house system, the shelter system and ems transports. it's a comprehensivi system to figure out where our folks maybe and how we are taking care of them. that recommendation was completed already. recommendation two was information about golden gate park dwellers should be used to tailor support services to specific populations whose age and circumstances affect their needs for services. we agree about the importance of this and cms social security -- we use for this. in the last two or three years we've had mostly an outreach approach to the park because when we were in the park daily for about three 1/2
on and ratifying that it puts us in the addition to get the world to move in the direction so that tammy will be ablemark to travel anywhere and have a greater likelihood that they have the access to fulfill their god-given potential whether it is in a job, business, advocacy and they will be able to achieve. american businesses who already lead the world in terms of accessibility standards, that will be the standard that others adopt so that the football player from rutgers who has this able tolchair will be travel other places and will likely be having the other access. that is why the ratification of the treaty expands our reach and advocacy not simply by reflection of looking at with the united states does but its advocates. it's a very good question that has been raised and it deserves a full answer. >> chairman, could i offer a few -- cardin and we will get you to work it in. .- senator cardin >> i will try to leave you time. from the written statement which i think is a very appropriate. you should not be so proud to think that we could not learn from other countries about how to
's sort of in between north beach and china town and it's not heavily using and there's no signage for people coming in and we want to encourage everyone to use these parking lots. >> there's signage on kearney street i think showing how many vacancies. >> right, but it would be nice to have some signs that say public parking garage with a sign. >> we have the new ones so i know the ones you're talking about. it's interesting, there is no big sign -- that's the one where northern state now is central police station is. right, there's no sign for that one. there's signs for all the other ones around there but no sign for that one. >> we need to double check on all and make sure they all have parking. it would be helpful on major corridors like columbus or broad way in that neighborhood -- a sign that says public parking garage that way. >> that garage several years ago when i was in the parking industry, it always had vacancy high. >> right. same thing -- we want to bring up using that garage, nighttime traffic and with people looking for parking it's very high in that area, espec
. there are a number of satellites with critical information seen as useful indeed. most recently a cyclone hit the indian east coast and it up enough early warning signals to warn hundreds of thousands of poor villagers along the coast. that the space program is incredibly popular in india. showing off not just the countries technological prowess, but adding a boost to national pride. >> if you think about the space race between the united states and russia, india must feel good about getting some of the way towards the red planet where china failed. >> i think they will wait to pronounce judgment on that until they can successfully conclude yes, i thinkbut you're seeing the beginnings of a burgeoning asian space race. both china and japan have launched missions to mars that have not been successful. the americans and the russians did it in the last century. an asian space race, but it is a friendly one. everyone thinks it is all in good spirits and that the competition is a friendly competition. >> thank you so much. in naturalch resources, republic of congo rebels say that they are laying do
the trading scandal? sheila has been closely tracking the case. thank you for being with us. >> thanks. >> kind of remarkable that this is bigger than the hedge fund would ever get. >> yes. and at the end of the day even after paying almost $2 billion to the government stephen coen will still have a very sizable fortune and of course his lifestyle is not going to take that big of a hit. he is still buy expensive painting, and still be admired on wall streert. >> sure. i think as journalists, we can fairly say some of the stuff that they are accused of having done are kind of disgusting. this is pure old fashioned insider trading. give me some examples of what they were accused of doing. >> yes, this is something new. essentially the government accused the company of allowing quite a large number of employees to trade on non-public material information, so that is information that has the power to move a stock price that other people in the market don't have. and his company hired people specifically, allegedly, because they had contacts at publicly traded companies. he also allegedly h
of living in san francisco and being prepared helps us stay here. >> so, thank you so much for joining us today, alicia, i appreciate it. >> absolutely, it is my pleasure. >> and thank you for joining us on another edition of building good evening and welcome to tonight's meeting of the commonwealth club in formed division, connect your intellect. that is our tagline. i am the president of the inform board. tonight, we have larry hardy. the founder of burning man and he is here to talk about the amazing place and phenomenon known as black rock city. he is one of the original planners and architects. we are going to talk about the path of burning man, the future as well. before we jump into the question that had to do with what is going on, tell us about your new headquarters and how that came to be, why the move into the heart of san francisco? >> well, we were on third street, in what is left of san francisco's industrial district , and we got lonely, really. [laughter] we saw real estate values dropping precipitously. as far as we were concerned, that was a good thing because it enabled
then there was two of us now there's 1 hundred and 10 of us so we need a bigger office today. so why do we need all this space not only for the 2 hundred and 10 people but because we have now 4 million urges on the website and the projects and 16 million unique visits every month that come to get human being.com website. it's going good for us to be here this is where get human being was created this is the city of innovation and this is where we find some of the best talent here and it's an honor to be here and revive this historic building to a place we can call home. so with that i'll i'd like to turn it over to my friend and colleague the master said of this space the coordinator of get human being scott. (clapping) >> hello everybody can you hear me okay. >> i just wanted to say a few words about this space and a introduce ourself. it's been about a year when tom and linda first brought up this space. so in that year it's been interesting to us because all of the offices this is our third office and this is great that we can keep the feeling for the get hub space. it was band for several yea
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. and this is an example of what your home might be like after an earthquake. and we have today with us ben latimer from tvan. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> we'll talk about things you can do you don't have to be a professional contractor to make your home more livable after an earthquake. >> i want to talk about things a homeowner can do. we have comfort and we have things like a little bit of maybe safety if your front door is ajar and waterproofing if you have a leak in your roof, or if you have broken glass on the window. >> so unr, one of the most important fib use is keeping outside out and inside in. let's look at windows. >> let's assume this window is broken in the earthquake. we have wind and rain blowing in. one of the most important things you need to do as a homeowner is secure the plastic properly. if you just take staples or nails and put them into the plastic, we're going to get a strong wind and rip it right off. what i'm going to have somebody do is they're going to have -- this is an old piece of shingle. you might have -- everybody has a piece of wood in their basement.
. >>> all right. a warm welcome. we're into the two-hour "worldwide exchange" again after the u.s. changed their clocks over the weekend. now, a lot of earnings out today. details out in a minute. nissan shares taking a big fall in japan today. the automaker cutting its profits down by 20% because of weak sales in asia. we'll get the details in around 10 minutes. helia is in london for a first on cnbc interview with the owner of imperial tobacco. we'll get more at 10:20 cet. >>> and in new york, the year-long mayoral race draws to a close as voters head to the polls today. about front-runner bill deblasio score a victory or is a last-minute upset on the cards? >>> plus, we'll speak to the italian finance minister about his vision for the future of europe. that's at 11:40 cet. and if that's not enough, we're on track -- or are we on track for an equity meltdown? we'll be in philadelphia to discuss the growing fears of an equity bubble. that interview, coming up. but first we start with a big focus on earnings here in europe. here are all the stocks in focus. marks & spencer today up 11.9%,
all but things like did he density of residents topography bicycle use walking there's a few more as well i can't think right now but i'd be happy to follow up with you on those we have a whole paper to explain the methodology. so if you zoom in on the suitability city wide obviously and if you look in the black and upper right our initial service area then you look at upper market and the mission, these are areas of extremely high suitability for bicycle sharing and when you look at soma -- we skipped a large number of the stations early on there are pockets of extremely high suitability but there's also pockets next to high suitability. in terms of prioritizing makes sense to go with the suitably areas so this is exciting too. these are maps i haven't is shown yet. much like other cities we hosted a bicycle sharing crowd sourcing map on our website allowing people from the public to go to the website and placing a dot suggesting a bicycle sharing station likewise you could like somebody's dot and so that graphic which i don't have is not that elluminating itself but using adv
talk us through exactly what happened tonight? >> some time after 9:00 p.m., mr. shoop came in dressed all in black and wearing a black motorcycle helmet with his rifle and shortly after entering, let go about a minimum of six rounds or maybe more. we have to look at it yet. in an area he could have easily hit individuals but chose not to. based upon what our investigation disclosed over the hours that followed, we believe that he went in there with the intent to either be shot by police, which we call suicide or to take his own life, which he ultimately did. >> what have you learned about this young man? >> a troubled person. someone that, you know, has a history of drug use. you wouldn't think that at age 20, age 20, how much can you do in your life, but in his life, he at least thought that he had reached a point on where there was no recourse other than to take his own life. >> reporter: you've talked to his family. you talked earlier indications from what they told you, you're not surprised that it ended this way. >> i'm not and they are not. they were helpful. they gave us some i
in orbit around the us those of a top stories this is done add some butter salt and thank you very much joining us. thus in the last couple of hours the boys and two french journalists who were killed in all the money on site today and arrive back in paris. together with members of the journalists families the president paul connolly was at the french capital's main airport was seashells ago to meet the plane carrying the coffins bushes and coupon code that battle but what to post my cat sister radio station. our fight and they were covering a story in monday's troubled northern city of can tell when they were kidnapped. well the forties with time it wrong that day on the outskirts of the sixty one strikeouts the editorial direction up to the socket he speaks now this happens. i guess. it was a terribly sad moment with emotions running high because gentle ocean and island is to be doing a job so would that help civilization. the minders have no soul. these journalists do not fit extremely well. no tennis deserves this at the same time. this will only be enforced to believe that we need
>>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, thanks for joining us. 100 people are gathered voicing their anger to sonoma county supervisors over a sheriff deputy fatalling shooting a 13-year-old. andy lopez was killed two weeks ago while holding a realistic looking toy rifle. today is the culmination of protests each day. abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield; in santa rosa. >> supervisors set aside two hows for the public discussion. they are 2 1/2 hours into the discussion. they say they want to hear from the public and they want the conversation to continue. >> the supervisors started the meeting with a some -- a solemn tone expressing sympathies. >> it is unimaginable to lose a child and imagine in this particular way. our thoughts and prayers are with the lopez family. >> some offered ideas. >> i would like to represent we consider today setting up a blue ribbon panel charged with recommending that practices and review boards and protocol for officer training. >> they called this special meeting to address the death of 13-year-old andy lopez shot
. >> thank you, sal. >>> new at noon -- a man wanted for armed robbery is in custody after briefly escaping u.s. marshals who showed under at his door with a search warrant. that warrant was served after 8:00 this morning at a home on the 3200 block of market street in oakland. but the suspected robber still in his pajamas jump requested out of a window, leading marshalls, police and the fbi on a chase. after an hour and a half search, the suspected robber was found hiding behind the west oakland youth center as was taken into custody. >> at the time they saw the suspect flee, they were confident, he was not armed with any kind of firearm that could impose danger to the public. >> the suspected robber in his 20s has not been identified. >>> oakland police are searching for whoever set a young man on fire while riding an a.c. transit bus. it happened after 5:00 last night on the 57 line near macarthur boulevard and ardly avenue. police sources tell ktvu the victim is 18 years old and he suffered burns to both of his legs. police are reviewing surveillance video from the bus. >>> santa clara coun
people would like us to return. here's a guy himself, that's actually a light bounce off of fdr roosevelt. this was his chakra. this was march 4th, 1933. he made the statement and he made it, i didn't understand a long time. the point i was making, people were terrified. because it seemed like the economy had no bottom and the banks were going down and there was no federal deposit dollars. so imagine a time when we actually had a president who told us we should be courageous rather than trafficked in fear. to his own advantage. there's been a long war on the new deal. it was when roosevelt got started. almost immediately, the more than great realized the lengths he was willing to go. at the beginning, roosevelt didn't understand how far he was going to go. the dupont family and the ones that set up the american liberty league. that was successful because they have unlimited amounts of money. there were so popular, they were not able to stop it. they began to finance right-wing think tanks. they have been successful to the university of chicago economics department and notable fraud such a
during certain gap at once and at dinner time. it used to only be able to buy the greasy burgers have the special price over a three hour period. now people get the top of chicken nuggets and leaders of coca cola. almost all day long but it's not all continue to defend american style fast the extra value meal i've had to drop in value the rental price for the extra value meal used to bring to fifteen to twenty one fourteen to four dollars after the new plan. nearly all the combo meals have jumped off a devastating thirty to fifty cent. you jump in prices got the better off or have done the trick make the most kind often could not respond with a comment on the price increases. next up in the beijing news. the board to china to treat was on to the high prices of about one point three between you and the boy from china is not the most popular singing competition program in china that thing alive because there are more than its heels the one used to have very high on integrating the past year. free from the chinese media that the boy from china reid was not enough for one point three bill
. >> after saudi arabia, john kerry flew to poland where he faced immediate questions over u.s. spying. he is the most senior u.s. official to visit europe since edward snowden revealed extensive nsa spying on european leaders, diplomats, and ordinary citizens. john kerry said the spying controversy should not cloud ongoing trade talks. >> that should not be confused with whatever legitimate questions exist with respect to nsa or other activities. as i have said previously, we want to hear from our allies will stop we want to have this conversation. president obama welcomes this opportunity to work with our allies and ultimately if we get it right, which we will, we cannot only alleviate concerns, but we can actually strengthen our intelligence relationships going forward and we can all be more secure and safer as a result, as well as detecting the privacy of citizens. iranousands rallied in monday in the annual commemoration of the 1979 seizure of the u.s. embassy. the demonstration was held outside the old embassy building, now dubbed the nest of spies. protesters chanted anti-u.s. sloga
on any proposal. >> what do you think you can do? >> i think proposals, for example, that require us to count things that we are not now counting and that might be difficult to count present problems for us. if, you know, for example, i don't know if there's such a proposal, but if there was a proposal that says tell us the number of u.s. person telephone numbers that could be a difficult thing to accomplish because we don't go out and count that. things that impose burdens on us like that might be the sort of thing that presents problems for us. i'm not speaking, again, not speaking with respect to any proposal, but that's the kind of consideration we take into account. >> okay. i'm going to -- go ahead, go ahead. >> a point on that, again, not talking or addressing any specific proposal, but if we were required to for a provider to disclose the number of orders served on them, that gives the adversaries ad go ahead indicators, perhaps, depending on the relative numbers whether to use that service provider or not, and it's difficult to accept. >> if i may add to that, one thing the
were in real estate. you see, in high school and college, they teach us how to get a job, but amy live events, i take pride in teaching you how not to be dependent on a job and how to take control of your own destiny. >> before going to than's event, i was living paycheck to paycheck. in fact, on my first deal using than's system, i had nothing in my savings at that point. on that deal, i made over $40,000. fast forward to where i am today -- my net worth has grown astronomically. i am buying and selling multiple properties every month, and the sky's the limit at this point. i absolutely love knowing that i do not have to depend on anyone else for money ever again. >> we have so many successful students just like marina, who came to one of my events, who just wanted more opportunity and a better life, learned my system, and are now out there making money in real estate, loving what they do. throughout this show, you're gonna see and hear from successful students of mine from a wide variety of different backgrounds, from teachers to truckers, to rltors and contractors, to attorneys
, which enabled us to open transitional housing managed by communitying housing partnership working with transition youth agencies. this is 374 fifth street, the mayor put $400,000 and this leadership here this morning added $300,000. as you can imagine for many young adults going to the shelters is not what they are often willing to do. if we put this -- them in the sro's they are not successful at putting them in there. if they are put in housing they are going to end up in a place where people are old and ill. those are not very good environments. what i hope that in a six month 6-month period of time, really focusing on what we can do with this dynamic and meeting in the park and meeting with other representatives from the board to give us an opportunity to look at exits. i'm also very pleased that uc berkeley researcher whose specialty is among young adult is pursuing a grant to study this. there is a project online and washington where we have to raise a little bit more money, but that construction will begin next year. doctor said the board approved more beds for very high n
the fire. how many people have used a fire extinguisher before. >> may be 10 percent of you. by the end of the week you will be putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people
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